Masters: Friday pairings and tee times
Masters pairings and tee times for Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Guan Tianlang, Phil Mickelson and others.
Here are the groupings and tee times for Friday's rounds:
Ernie Els , Steve Stricker , Nick Watney (8:55 a.m.) -- Might be a little boring but should be no shortage of great play.
Ben Crenshaw , Matteo Manassero , Guan Tianlang (9:06 a.m.) -- The 14-year-old (Guan) in a group with the two-time Masters winner (Crenshaw).
Fred Couples , Dustin Johnson, Branden Grace (9:50 a.m.) -- Couples and Johnson both graced the leaderboard on Thursday, can it hold in round two?
Phil Mickelson , Louis Oosthuizen , Martin Kaymer (10:23 a.m.) -- Awesome group; maybe my favorite.
Rory McIlroy , Keegan Bradley , Fredrik Jacobson (10:34 a.m.) -- All three are playing great right now, all three are great characters. Should be a lot of fun.
Jason Dufner , Matt Kuchar , Bill Haas (10:45 a.m.) -- Matt Kuchar hopes to be playing a little later in the afternoon on Saturday.
Brandt Snedeker , Ryo Ishikawa , Justin Rose (12:24 p.m.) -- My pick to win (Rose) with somebody who I think will eventually win here (Snedeker).
Charl Schwartzel , Webb Simpson , Peter Hanson (12:46 p.m.) -- Last year's third-round leader (Hanson) with 2011 winner (Schwartzel).
Bubba Watson , Ian Poulter , Steven Fox (1:30 p.m.) -- Love the tradition of pairing the reigning Masters champ with the reigning U.S. Amateur champion.
Tiger Woods , Luke Donald , Scott Piercy (1:41 p.m.) -- Woods could be paired with me and you and his group would be must-see.
Jason Day , Rickie Fowler , Padraig Harrington (1:52 p.m.) -- Three continents represented here; will be a huge follow.
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